Student Voice


November 30, 2022



Jim Jensen

07 Feb 2008

Freshmen ‘twins’ shoot to make giant impact on the court

Freshman recruits Alex Whittenberger and Wade Guerin both stand at 6 ft. 8 in. tall, weigh in at 210 pounds, play the position of forward, rank statistically in the team’s top ten lists in overall scoring, points and rebounds and wear jerseys donning the numbers #21 and #22 respectively.

15 Nov 2007

Alaskan native performs well for women’s hockey

Cassi Campbell is a true freshman goaltender who joined the Falcons this year from the Toronto Rattlers, a Canadian women’s hockey team where she tended goal following her high school career.

07 Nov 2007

Men’s hockey team welcomes new assistant coach

The weather is getting colder and the walk to class is becoming more of a pain. Looking out the window at 5 p.m. reveals a depressing dark that always comes too early. Welcome the hostile takeover as the hooded sweatshirts flood the campus. It’s hockey season at UW-River Falls.

01 Nov 2007

Swim and dive team brings in talented newcomers

There is nothing average about the life of a swimmer, and this year the Falcon swim team welcomes a flock of new faces to the squad, all prepared to make the sacrifices needed to make themselves better, make the team better and continue to live the above-average lifestyle that is required of them to succeed.

24 Oct 2007

Volleyball aims to finish season strong

When one thinks of Falcon volleyball, the word success comes to mind. They have brought home to UW-River Falls the WIAC Championship four times; in 1996, 1999, and consecutively in 2002 and 2003.

18 Oct 2007

Falcon tennis makes its mark in history

The sport of tennis has made its mark at UW-River Falls over the years. With successful teams donning the school colors in the past, it came as no surprise that this season would be no different.

29 Sep 2007

Falcon golfers raise the bar to make par

The Falcon women's golf team is the least recognized athletic program on campus, so it comes as a shock to many students when they find out there actually is a team here on campus.

20 Sep 2007

Going the distance to cross the finish line

They can be seen around town or on campus. They can be spotted in groups of many or by their lonesome. They are out there rain or shine, night or day. They are running. Not because someone is chasing them. Not because they are leaving somewhere nor heading somewhere. They are just running.

Jim Jensen

Jim Jensen is a student at UW-River Falls.